Discussion in 'Motorhomes in the News' started by Wildge, Nov 28, 2017.
But why tell the one's that done know.
The longer this thread goes on by you complaining he more will see it
I didn't start the tread.
Everybody knows about fords , just google how easy is it to break into a ford
It's a pity that Ford haven't sorted out the Transit vulnerabilities and made it more thief resistant.
Otherwise I would have a Transit PVC on my wish list, now that Ford have made a new automatic gearbox an option.
Compared to the cost of a PVC MH upping the security is peanuts.
Nah, what's stupid is not knowing what's been common knowledge for over a decade.
Too true. IMO this should be an issue for the manufacturers and they should be doing a 100% recall to retrofit improved locking / anti theft measures. Of there's a known issue, and they're continuing to supply base vehicles with a known and proven security issue, then surely this is at the least a sale of goods "unfit for purpose... ' argument?
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